Taylor Swift, it seems, has something of a soft spot for British men.
Ryder Cup winner made 'silly remark' about world No. 1 at European Tour gala dinner
It will be the first time the on-loan Liverpool striker has been involved since October
Gascoyne plans to take part in the Transat Jacques Vabre
A year after he made waves, Tom Peck meets the unrepentant Trenton Oldfield
Hell hath no fury like a One Direction fan scorned. Remember what Caroline Flack went through?
Out of America: Baseball and hockey don't follow the stereotype of rampant US capitalism
The man who pays his way
The owner of 'The Sun' intervened personally to run the pictures of the naked prince
I became bored of playing in bands that performed our own half-baked compositions to half-empty rooms, so I decided to join one that played popular television theme tunes instead. We called ourselves Dream Themes and gigs suddenly became far more rewarding experiences.
It will take something to grab the attention of New York in the week of the 4 of July, but five 70-foot trimarans set off from Newport, Rhode Island to pass the Statue of Liberty, a gift from the French, up the Hudson River and to North Cove Marina 130 miles away on Monday.
American Mark Vanhoenacker delights in introducing his British partner to New York's cuisine. But one foodstuff jeopardises their special relationship.
Tens of thousands of airline passengers found their flights cancelled yesterday in a replay of last winter's disruption as Heathrow Airport's "snow plan" failed to survive first contact with inclement weather.
Diverted flights left many stranded at the wrong end of their routes or in the wrong country
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